No new COVID-19 deaths announced in NH as cases continue to rise
No new COVID-19 deaths announced in NH as cases continue to rise

No new COVID-19 deaths announced in NH as cases continue to rise

No new COVID-19 deaths in New Hampshire were announced Thursday as cases continued to rise. State health officials said there are 2,525 known active cases of COVID-19 in New Hampshire, the most since Feb. 18. New Hampshire is now averaging 282 new cases per year. day, the highest rate since March 1. Health authorities have noted that the number of cases is likely to be underestimated because more people are using home tests that have not been reported to the state. A more reliable indicator is hospital admissions, and recent figures are mixed. According to the New Hampshire Hospital Association, the number of patients tested positive for COVID-19 increased to 67, the most since March 5th. However, the number of patients treated specifically for severe cases of COVID-19 decreased by two to 15. There have been 2,472 deaths attributed to COVID-19 since the pandemic began. ** City-by-city: COVID-19 case data | Vaccination data **

No new COVID-19 deaths in New Hampshire were announced Thursday as cases continued to rise.

State health officials said there are 2,525 known active cases of COVID-19 in New Hampshire, the most since February 18. New Hampshire now has an average of 282 new cases a day, the highest rate since March 1st.

Health authorities have noted that the number of cases is likely to be underestimated because more people are using home tests that have not been reported to the state. A more reliable indicator is admissions, and recent figures are mixed.

According to the New Hampshire Hospital Association, the number of patients tested positive for COVID-19 rose to 67, the highest number since March 5. However, the number of patients being treated specifically for severe cases of COVID-19 decreased by two to 15.

There have been 2,472 deaths attributed to COVID-19 since the pandemic began.

** City by city: COVID-19 case data | Vaccination data **


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